Can you lift a truck with spindles?
A spindle lift kit is simply new spindles for your truck that have the spindle located lower on the steering knuckles, (thus raising your truck) & the steering arms located higher on the knuckles so as to bring the tie rods back to stock geometry.
Do spindle lifts keep factory ride?
Why Get a Spindle Lift? In addition, unlike coil spacers or replacement lift-coils, you do not need a spring compressor and spindle lifts do not alter the factory ride quality of the vehicle because the factory spring rate is not changing at all from stock.
Do you need longer shocks with a spindle lift?
Remember that a spindle or bodylift do NOT affect shock length as a spindle will only move the wheel location down for more lift,and a body lift makes the body sit above the frame 2-3 inches more while not effecting suspension parts either.
Can you put a spindle lift on a 4wd truck?
There are no lift spindles for a 4wd. There are no holes for the hubs. The spindles that come with a lift kit require the bracket that also comes with the kit and those spindles are just longer to fill in the gap.
Is a spindle lift bad?
Registered. Spindle lifts are good because they don’t stiffen the ride, don’t have to change shocks ( most trucks) and there easy to install. Can’t think of any negatives.
What does a lifted spindle do?
well, to my knowledge: a spindle lift is just an aftermarket spindle for 2wd trucks that moves the position of where the hub mounts(lower by however much, to give a lift) in relation to the control arms.
Are spindle lifts bad?
Spindle lifts are good because they don’t stiffen the ride, don’t have to change shocks ( most trucks) and there easy to install. Can’t think of any negatives.
What do you mean by spindle?
1 : a slender round rod or stick with narrowed ends by which thread is twisted in spinning and on which it is wound. 2 : something (as an axle or shaft) which has a slender round shape and on which something turns. spindle. noun. spin·dle | \ ˈspin-dᵊl \
Is a spindle lift good?
Spindle lifts are good because they don’t stiffen the ride, don’t have to change shocks ( most trucks) and there easy to install.
Will 2wd lift spindles work on a 4wd?
you cannot run 2wd lift spindles on a 4wd unless you dont care about having 4wd.
Can you put a 2wd lift on a 4wd?
No. 2wd uses coils, 4wd torsion bars. Two completely different suspension designs.
What is a drop bracket lift?
Essentially with a drop bracket, the front-rear suspension crossmember of the frame is cut out, and new crossmembers are added. The purpose of the new crossmembers are to lower the front differential so your front axles (CV’s) are more level with the front hubs so there’s less wear.